Vicky Kaushal Shares An Unrecognizable Throwback Picture With Shah Rukh Khan; Says Dreams Come True

Vicky Kaushal is a new-age actor and has garnered a lot of fame in a very short period of time. Kaushal recently shared a throwback picture with Shah Rukh Khan sent by a fan page. The actor thrilled about the same said, ‘Dreams come true’

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Vicky Kaushal Shares An Unrecognizable Throwback Picture With Shah Rukh Khan; Says Dreams Come True
Vicky Kaushal has a huge fan-base and the actor continues to climb up the ladder of fame with his talented acting skills and film choices. Like everyone else in India, even Vicky is a huge fan of Bollywood Badshah, Shah Rukh Khan. Vicky recently took to his social media to share a picture by a fan page account of him with Shah Rukh Khan. Excited about the same, Kaushal shared the picture as his dreams have come true.

Vicky Kaushal marked his Bollywood debut with film Masaan and was well acclaimed for his performance in the film. Post that, Vicky was seen in many other films and has earned quite a lot of fame since then. Kaushal won hearts with his film Uri: The Surgical Strike since then the Sky is the Limit for the actor. About today, the Uri star took to his Instagram to share a throwback picture of him with Shah Rukh Khan. The picture was an edited collage of two featuring a throwback picture of Vicky with King Khan and a present picture in the other half of the two in similar outfits hugging each other on-stage. Vicky shared the picture of the fan page on his Instagram story and wrote, “Dreams come true.” Like everyone else, even Vicky Kaushal is like every boy around the block who loves and adores Shah Rukh Khan. Vicky post clearly reveals how big of a fan he is of SRK and that he was equally thrilled to share the stage with him.

Meanwhile, Vicky Kaushal recently made an appearance in the song Pachtaoge co-starring Nora Fatehi which is a treat to one’s ear. Kaushal has also bagged up films Bhoot – Part One: The Haunted Ship and will be seen in Sardar Udham Singh. While horror-based film Bhoot is set to release this year, the Shoojit Sircar film based on the revolutionary freedom fighter Udham Singh is scheduled to release in 2020. 

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